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60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - NEW 65

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: General Information Filtration Aqua Tech Heater Aqua Tech Substrate Lake Pebbles Background Penn Plax Deep Blue Background Plants Aqua Plants Feeding Cichlid Gold Twice a day, krill once a week
Advice: Get a python cleaning system!
Fish Kept: 1 Heros Severus 2 Nandopsis octofasciatum 1 Archocentrus nigrofasciatus 1 Sailfin Plecco 1 Melanochromis auratus 1 Labidochromis caeruleus 1 Pseudotropheus zebra 2 Hemichromis bimaculatus, plus 60 fry 1 Pseudotropheus socolofi 1 kenyi
Corals/Plants: Aquaa Plant
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: I'll clean it later
About Yourself: Actually my girlfriend and I were looking for a new tank and leaving the pet store dissapointed some guy offered his since his son was going off to college and here I am ;)

COMMENTS

Very nice fish avatar
Very clean and simple love the setup! fish avatar
nice clean setup. fish avatar
I love your set up. fish avatar

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